Russia-Ukraine crisis could see gas supply ramifications for the world


A worker adjusts a Gazprom branded end cap on a section of pipework during pipeline laying operations for the Gazprom PJSC Power of Siberia gas transmission line between the Kovyktinskoye and Chayandinskoye gas fields near Irkutsk, Russia, on Tuesday, April 6, 2021.

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Russian forces on Thursday launched their long-feared attack on Ukraine, sending shockwaves through financial markets and ratcheting up fears about the ramifications for gas supplies around the world.

Russian President Vladimir Putin cast aside international condemnation and the first tranche of sanctions by declaring the beginning of a “special military operation” aimed at the…


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